By thieves, cut-purses and other fiends the princesses Harpyagundis Pandebla of Occitania and Drachildis Bubinga of Occitania were abducted from the court of their royal father, the king of Occitania and carried off to strange lands. A lucky twist of fate allowed them to free themselves and they are now on their way back to the court of their royal father.
Harpyagundis Pandebla of Occitania: vocals, flutes, historical drums
Drachildis Bubinga of Occitania: vocals, bagpipe, mandola, dulcimer
MUSIC and MORE
Okzitanis play music of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance from sources as „Llibre Vermell de Montserrat“ (1398), „Codex Buranus“ (Benediktbeurer Liederhandschrift, 1230), „Cantigas de santa maria“ (1221–1284), or „Orchésographie“ Thoinot Arbeau (1589) and others.
They bring you wonders from the distant land of Occitania and mystefying miracles from legendary countries. All lame ones, who would like to dance to their music, may partake of their fabulous miracle cure.
Edited by BlackFlagRec on 23 Jan 2011, 14:54
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